Discussion in 'Modding' started by cpemma, 30 Dec 2005.
1st proper mod, new one soon !!
I should have started this here, perhaps I will when I upgrade it .
This is a 6 loop parallel water cooled PC. AMD 4400+, X1900XTX Crossfire, plus high current laser .
Can I please have one more pic, please?! It explains the elaborate plumbing...
The full worklog with lots of pics can be found here.
Some random videos of strange goings on with the water cooling in the reservior:
Video 1 of 6 - Night time illumination, shows the bubbling effect in the Collector.
Video 2 of 6 - Day time lighting, starts with the Collector effect, then reducing it.
Video 3 of 6 - Day time lighting, close up of the Collector effect and a general pan.
Video 4 of 6 - Night time illumination, with the laser being activated.
Video 5 of 6 - Night time illumination, with the laser being activated (again but longer).
Video 6 of 6 - Day time lighting, with the collector effect very visible.
Full thread here.
Such incredible work displayed on Bit-tech... I'm almost ashamed of my v1000b. I tried to keep it all inside the case. No windows or fancy lighting but it performs
This is the Qmicra v2 SFF mod I performed for PCDesignLab.
I posted video on how to paint black gloss enamel finish with spray paint in bit-tech Guides
My first mod
I took my cooler master stacker, added a window, put a green cathode, got a giant thermaltake copper tower, got some cool fans, tucked away all the cables and this is what it is at now. I know it is not much and ya'll probably laugh at it, but here it is and please critique and gimme some good ideas to mod it further and make it look better (please no water cooling or something that is outrageously expensive) Specs: AMD Athlon 64 3500+ @ 2.42Ghz, Asus A8N5x mobo, 2Gb DDR400, eVGA 7800GT @ 495core and 1222mem, DVD drive, DVD-RW drive, 500watt Thermaltake PSU
The Purple Dragon Project
My first and only mod (so far).
Case: Chieftec Dragon DX-01PL-D-U
Select key features:
- Inside painted flat black and all unnecessary interior items have been removed.
- Four 80mm fans mounted in the front in a custom mounting plate.
- Top and side window created using dark tinted acrylic.
- Top window has a recessed fan controller w. LCD display.
- Also in the top window is a key that needs to be turned for the PC to be switched on, and a Bulgin button.
- And lots, lots more - check the log.
Link to log (2nd page with pictures of the completed mod): The Purple Dragon Project
Here's my completely custom built gaming rig.
The case was designed and built to be small and durable. It has the dimensions of an matx-case but it still houses a full-atx system.
It has watercooling for the CPU and enough space to fit SLI into it. In addition the case itself hardly restricts the used components.
Project: Eutanasia on Metku.net
By Rob Holmes (robyholmes)
Core 2 Duo E6400 2.13Ghz @ 3.1Ghz
Cosair Dominmator 2Gb 1066Mhz
Asus P5E x38
EVGA Geforce 8800 GTS (Super Overclocked)
Coolmaster 600W blue sries
Lian Li V1100B Plus II
Mod was called fusion AA (to represent the fusion of amd and ati) all the panels apart from io were custom made by us. all the etching on this case was also done by hand and using the dotinism technique.
Link to large pic of the spider etch on the mobo back panel
Main panel etch (the best imho)
The log is [URL="http://www.themodnation-forums.com/viewtopic.php?t=2217"]here[/URL]
Custom acrylic case
Dual liquid loops, horizontal motherboard, separate thermal zones.
PR Tribute PC Worklog Link
Watercooled Intel / Tyan Server one side, Watercooled AMD / DFI SLI Gaming system on the other.
The cards, memory and HDs are being installed by somebody else.
Fully log [THREAD=1623460]here[/THREAD]
My Computer in Keg
My Computer in Keg
Check out more here at Modders-Inc
(To the post below...Sorry, dang hotlink blocking. You should see the images now and those links are dead. -AF)
Modified case for AMD. More info and photos in bit-tech thread
Full work log Here.
I made a Cosmos 1000 casemod for Cooler Master. It was on display at CeBIT 2008 and will be featured in the next edition of CustomPC Magazine.
The worklog is here.
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